Cheeseburger



[cheez-bur-ger] /ˈtʃizˌbɜr gər/

noun
1.
a hamburger cooked with a slice of on top of it.
/ˈtʃiːzˌbɜːɡə/
noun
1.
a hamburger cooked with a slice of cheese on top of it
n.

1938, American English, from cheese (n.1) + ending abstracted from hamburger.

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